Homebrew Node

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The latest version of NodeJs right now is 0.4.1. The command brew install node right now, installs 0.2.6 - which is not ideal. I would like 0.4.1. I've looked at this list of commands for brew and tried brew install -HEAD node. But that installs node 0.5-pre. Why isn't brew installing the right version and how can I force it to get the right one? The solution should not be specific to Yarn, as it'd affect any app installed via Homebrew that requires Node.js. Ideally Homebrew itself should have some way of allowing apps to specify that they need a 'node.js-ish environment', and have both Node.js and nvm fulfill that requirement. In the terminal type the following command to install Node. $ brew install node If everything installed successfully then you can type in the following command in the terminal to check the Node and NPM version. $ node -v v7.7.2. 📦 Bundler for non-Ruby dependencies from Homebrew, Homebrew Cask and the Mac App Store. Ruby homebrew tap bundle cmd Ruby MIT 230 3,638 2 (2 issues need help) 0 Updated Apr 19, 2021.github.

Node.js can be installed in different ways. This post highlights the most common and convenient ones.

Official packages for all the major platforms are available at https://nodejs.org/en/download/.

One very convenient way to install Node.js is through a package manager. In this case, every operating system has its own.

Brew Install Npm

On macOS, Homebrew is the de-facto standard, and - once installed - allows you to install Node.js very easily, by running this command in the CLI:

Other package managers for Linux and Windows are listed in https://nodejs.org/en/download/package-manager/

nvm is a popular way to run Node.js. It allows you to easily switch the Node.js version, and install new versions to try and easily rollback if something breaks, for example.

It is also very useful to test your code with old Node.js versions.

See https://github.com/nvm-sh/nvm for more information about this option.

My suggestion is to use the official installer if you are just starting out and you don't use Homebrew already, otherwise, Homebrew is my favorite solution.

Homebrew NodeNode

Homebrew Install Node Version

In any case, when Node.js is installed you'll have access to the node executable program in the command line.

Homebrew Node Update